2000 NCAA Division I baseball rankings

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2000 NCAA Division I baseball season
Tournament
Duration May 26–June 17, 2000
College World Series
Duration June 9–June 17, 2000
Champions LSU
Runners-up Stanford
MOP Trey Hodges
Seasons
← 1999
2001 →

The following polls make up the 2000 NCAA Division I baseball rankings. USA Today and ESPN began publishing the Coaches' Poll of 31 active coaches ranking the top 25 teams in the nation in 1992. Each coach is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association. Baseball America began publishing its poll of the top 20 teams in college baseball in 1981. Beginning with the 1985 season, it expanded to the top 25. Collegiate Baseball Newspaper published its first human poll of the top 20 teams in college baseball in 1957, and expanded to rank the top 30 teams in 1961.

Legend[edit]

  Increase in ranking
  Decrease in ranking
  Not ranked previous week
Italics   Number of first place votes
(#-#)   Win-loss record
т Tied with team above or below also with this symbol

USA Today/ESPN Coaches' Poll[edit]

Currently, only the final poll from the 2000 season is available.[1]

Rank Team
1 LSU
2 Stanford
3 Florida State
4 Southern California
5 Clemson
6 Louisiana–Lafayette
7 Texas
8 South Carolina
9 San Jose State
10 Georgia Tech
11 Nebraska
12 Houston
13 Miami (FL)
14 Mississippi State
15 UCLA
16 Arizona State
17 Baylor
18 Penn State
19 North Carolina
20 Auburn
21 Florida
22 Alabama
23 Cal State Fullerton
24 Wake Forest
25 Loyola Marymount

Baseball America[edit]

Currently, only the final poll from the 2000 season is available.[2]

Rank Team
1 LSU
2 Stanford
3 Florida State
4 South Carolina
5 Southern California
6 Georgia Tech
7 Clemson
8 Nebraska
9 Louisiana–Lafayette
10 Texas
11 Houston
12 Arizona State
13 Miami (FL)
14 Baylor
15 Mississippi State
16 Loyola Marymount
17 UCLA
18 San Jose State
19 Penn State
20 Florida
21 Wake Forest
22 Cal State Fullerton
23 Rutgers
24 Alabama
25 Auburn

Collegiate Baseball[edit]

Preseason
Dec 15[3]
Week 1
Feb 14[4]
Week 2
Feb 21[5]
Week 3
Feb 28[6]
Week 4
Mar 6[7]
Week 5
Mar 13[8]
Week 6
Mar 20[9]
Week 7
Mar 27[10]
Week 8
Apr 3[11]
Week 9
Apr 10[12]
Week 10
Apr 17[13]
Week 11
Apr 24[14]
Week 12
May 1[15]
Week 13
May 8[16]
Week 14
May 15[17]
Week 15
May 22[18]
Week 16
May 29[19]
Week 17
June 5[20]
Week 18
June 19[21]
1. Stanford Florida State (7–2) Florida State (9–2) Florida State (13–2) Florida State (18–2) Florida State (23–2) Clemson (19–3) Clemson (23–3) Florida State (31–5) Florida State (35–5) South Carolina (36–4) South Carolina (41–4) South Carolina (45–4) South Carolina (46–6) South Carolina (50–6) Georgia Tech (47–14) Georgia Tech (50–14) Stanford (47–15) LSU (52–17) 1.
2. Cal State Fullerton UCLA (6–1) Stanford (7–4) Stanford (11–4) North Carolina (16–0) North Carolina (20–0) South Carolina (22–1) Florida State (28–4) Texas (29–6) South Carolina (32–4) Florida State (37–7) Florida State (39–8) Florida State (41–9) Stanford (37–12) Stanford (39–12) Stanford (42–13) South Carolina (55–8) LSU (48–17) Stanford (50–16) 2.
3. Alabama Stanford (6–3) LSU (6–1) North Carolina (13–0) Stanford (14–5) Stanford (14–5) Florida State (25–4) Texas (26–5) South Carolina (28–4) Texas (32–7) Arizona State (33–9) Arizona State (31–10) Stanford (34–11) Georgia Tech (38–12) Georgia Tech (42–14) South Carolina (52–8) Stanford (45–14) Clemson (50–16) Florida State (53–19) 3.
4. UCLA Alabama (2–1) North Carolina (9–0) Texas (13–3) Texas (16–4) Clemson (15–2) Stanford (16–6) Stanford (19–7) Louisiana–Lafayette (28–2) Arizona State (30–9) Stanford (29–9) Stanford (31–10) Georgia Tech (37–11) Florida State (41–11) Arizona State (40–12) Arizona State (42–13) LSU (46–17) Florida State (51–17) Louisiana–Lafayette (49–20) 4.
5. Miami (FL) LSU (3–0) Texas (9–3) Houston (11–3) Southern California (11–3) South Carolina (19–0) Texas (22–5) South Carolina (24–3) Arizona State (28–8) Stanford (25–9) Texas (33–9) Georgia Tech (34–10) Arizona State (37–12) Arizona State (37–12) Baylor (42–14) Baylor (45–15) Clemson (48–16) Southern California (43–18) Southern California (44–20) 5.
6. Florida State Cal State Fullerton (2–4) Georgia Tech (5–1) Georgia Tech (8–2) Auburn (18–3) Texas (19–5) Houston (19–7) Louisiana–Lafayette (23–2) Stanford (21–9) Clemson (28–7) Georgia Tech (31–8) Baylor (34–13) Baylor (39–13) Baylor (39–13) Clemson (42–14) Nebraska (47–15) Houston (47–16) Texas (46–19) Clemson (51–18) 6.
7. Rice Georgia Tech (2–0) Cal State Fullerton (5–5) Cal State Fullerton (5–5) Cal State Fullerton (7–5) Alabama (15–6) North Carolina (21–3) Auburn (26–6) North Carolina (27–6) LSU (26–10) Clemson (31–9) Clemson (35–10) Mississippi State (33–12) Mississippi State (36–13) Nebraska (42–14) LSU (43–17) Florida State (49–16) San Jose State (41–22) Texas (46–21) 7.
8. LSU Texas (7–2) Alabama (4–3) Clemson (8–1) Clemson (11–2) Long Beach State (14–4) Louisiana–Lafayette (21–1) Arizona State (26–7) Clemson (24–6) Georgia Tech (26–8) LSU (29–11) Texas (34–11) Texas (37–12) Clemson (39–12) Florida State (43–13) Clemson (45–16) Miami (FL) (40–17–1) Louisiana–Lafayette (47–18) San Jose State (41–24) 8.
9. Georgia Tech North Carolina (6–0) Clemson (5–1) Alabama (8–4) Alabama (12–5) Houston (15–7) Arizona State (24–6) Houston (20–9) Houston (22–9) Louisiana–Lafayette (30–4) Baylor (31–11) LSU (32–13) Clemson (37–12) Texas (38–14) Houston (39–14) Houston (44–15) Nebraska (50–15) South Carolina (56–10) South Carolina (56–10) 9.
10. Houston Houston (5–2) Houston (7–3) Miami (FL) (11–5) Miami (FL) (14–6) Louisiana–Lafayette (18–1) Auburn (23–6) Southern California (19–9) Southern California (22–10) Houston (24–11) Wake Forest (32–11–1) Houston (30–13) LSU (35–14) Nebraska (37–13) LSU (39–17) Florida State (45–15) Mississippi State (41–18) Georgia Tech (50–16) Georgia Tech (50–16) 10.
11. Clemson Clemson (2–1) Miami (FL) (8–5) Southern California (9–3) South Carolina (15–0) Arizona State (20–5) Long Beach State (16–6) Cal State Fullerton (16–7) Cal State Fullerton (19–8) Wake Forest (29–9–1) Miami (FL) (26–13–1) Miami (FL) (28–14) Houston (33–14) Houston (36–14) Mississippi State (38–15) Miami (FL) (37–17–1) Texas (44–19) Nebraska (51–17) Nebraska (51–17) 11.
12. Texas Miami (FL) (4–5) Tulane (5–2) Auburn (14–3) Baylor (15–3) Southern California (12–6) Georgia (15–6) Long Beach State (19–7) LSU (21–10) Cal State Fullerton 921–10) Auburn (34–10) Auburn (36–11) Miami (FL) (30–15–1) LSU (37–16) Miami (FL) (34–17–1) Mississippi State (38–17) Arizona State (44–15) Arizona State (44–15) Arizona State (44–15) 12.
13. Tulane Tulane (2–1) Auburn (10–2) Wichita State (3–0) Wichita State (4–1) Auburn (19–6) Southern California (14–9) North Carolina (24–5) Auburn (28–8) Baylor (28–11) North Carolina (33–9) Mississippi State (29–11) Nebraska (36–12) Miami (FL) (36–6) Texas (39–16) Texas (40–18) Southern California (41–18) Houston (48–18) Houston (48–18) 13.
14. Wichita State Wichita State (0–0) Wichita State (0–0) South Carolina (12–0) Long Beach State (11–4) Cal State Fullerton (9–7) Cal State Fullerton (13–7) Alabama (19–10) Miami (FL) (24–9–1) North Carolina (28–9) Houston (26–13) Loyola Marymount (28–15) Loyola Marymount (32–15) Loyola Marymount (35–15) Wake Forest (38–16–1) Wake Forest (39–18–1) UCLA (38–24) Miami (FL) (41–19–1) Miami (FL) (41–19–1) 14.
15. Southern California Auburn (7–0) UCLA (6–5) LSU (6–5) Arizona State (18–4) Miami (FL) (16–8) Alabama (16–9) Creighton (21–4) Georgia Tech (23–8) UCLA (22–13) Mississippi State (26–9) Rutgers (30–11) Auburn (37–13) Wake Forest (34–14–1) North Carolina (43–13) North Carolina (44–15) San Jose State (39–21) Mississippi State (41–20) Mississippi State (41–20) 15.
16. Baylor Texas Tech (6–2) Southern California (6–3) Baylor (11–3) LSU (10–6) Baylor (18–5) Georgia Tech (15–6) Miami (FL) (22–9–1) East Carolina (28–5) Southern California (23–13) Long Beach State (25–13) Wake Forest (34–14–1) Wake Forest (34–14–1) North Carolina (42–11) Cal State Fullerton (34–17) Southern California (38–18) Florida (44–23–1) UCLA (38–26) UCLA (38–26) 16.
17. Auburn Southern California (5–3) Baylor (8–2) Long Beach State (9–3) Houston (12–6) East Carolina (17–3) Miami (FL) (19–8–1) LSU (18–9) Mississippi State (21–5) Auburn (30–10) Loyola Marymount (26–14) Cal State Fullerton (24–14–1) Cal State Fullerton (27–15) Cal State Fullerton (30–16) Auburn (40–16) Cal State Fulleton (36–19) Baylor (45–17) Florida (44–23–1) Florida (44–23–1) 17.
18. Texas Tech Baylor (4–2) South Carolina (8–0) Arizona State (15–4) Georgia Tech (8–5) Fresno State (19–5) Creighton (18–2) East Carolina (24–5) Baylor (24–10) Mississippi State (24–8) Cal State Fullerton (22–13) North Carolina (36–11) North Carolina (39–11) Alabama (35–18) Southern California (35–18) Florida (41–21–1) Penn State (45–17) Baylor (45–17) Baylor (45–17) 18.
19. Arizona Arizona State (11–2) Arizona State (12–4) East Carolina (9–2) Louisiana–Lafayette (15–1) Wichita State (5–3) Mississippi State (18–2) Mississippi State (20–4) Georgia (19–10) Miami (FL) (24–12–1) UCLA (24–15) Nebraska (31–11) Alabama (33–17) Auburn (38–15) Alabama (36–20) Auburn (40–18) Wake Forest (41–20–1) Penn State (45–19) Penn State (45–19) 19.
20. North Carolina Florida (5–3) East Carolina (6–1) Fresno State (11–3) Kentucky 913–0) Kentucky (16–2) Wichita State (9–4) Baylor (20–9) Long Beach State (20–10) Long Beach State (23–11) Rutgers (27–11) Oklahoma (31–15) Southern California (30–18) Southern California (31–18) Loyola Marymount (37–17) Loyola Marymount (39–17) North Carolina (46–17) Wake Forest (41–20–1) Wake Forest (41–20–1) 20.
21. Texas A&M South Carolina (5–0) Rice (6–5) Kentucky (10–0) East Carolina (12–3) Creighton (15–2) Baylor (18–8) Notre Dame (15–4) Fresno State (25–8) East Carolina (29–8) East Carolina (32–10) Long Beach State (25–16) Rutgers (32–13) Rutgers (34–13) Florida (38–20–1) Alabama (38–22) Cal State Fullerton (38–21) North Carolina (46–17) North Carolina (46–17) 21.
22. Long Beach State Rice (3–4) Long Beach State (6–3) Loyola Marymount (8–3) Fresno State (14–4) Georgia (12–4) East Carolina (20–5) Georgia Tech (18–8) Creighton (23–6) Creigthon (26–7) Southern California (25–15) Georgia (28–16) Florida (33–18–1) San Jose State (34–16) UCLA (33–22) UCLA (35–24) Louisiana–Lafayette (45–17) Cal State Fullerton (38–21) Cal State Fullerton (38–21) 22.
23. Oklahoma State East Carolina (3–1) Fresno State (8–2) Mississippi State (7–0) Illinois (5–1) LSU (12–8) LSU (15–8) Fresno State (23–8) UCF (26–9) Fresno State (27–10) UCF (31–12) Southern California (27–17) Louisiana–Lafayette (37–11) Louisiana–Lafayette (39–12) UCF (41–15) Nevada (37–17) Stetson (48–16) Stetson (48–16) Stetson (48–16) 23.
24. Florida Long Beach State (3–3) Oklahoma State (6–3) UCLA (7–7) Florida Atlantic (12–5) Georgia Tech (10–6) Notre Dame (12–3) Stetson (25–5) Wake Forest (24–9) Notre Dame (22–7) Fresno State (29–11) Fresno State (32–12) San Jose State (32–16) Florida (34–20–1) Nevada (34–17) Rice (40–21) Loyola Marymount (40–19) Loyola Marymount (40–19) Loyola Marymount (40–19) 24.
25. Notre Dame Notre Dame (0–0) Notre Dame (0–0) Florida Atlantic (9–4) Tennessee (16–4) Florida Atlantic (17–5) Wake Forest (17–7) UCF (22–9) UCLA (20–11) Stetson (29–8) Nebraska (26–11) UCF (33–14) Nevada (30–15) Minnesota (35–17) Rice (35–20) Rutgers (39–16) Auburn (41–20) Auburn (41–20) Auburn (41–20) 25.
26. Pepperdine Fresno State (5–2) Texas Tech (6–6) Wake Forest (7–2) Mississippi State (9–2) Mississippi State (14–2) Fresno State (20–7) Georgia (16–10) Notre Dame (18–6) Loyola Marymount (23–13) Notre Dame (26–9) Notre Dame (32–9) UCF (35–15) UCF (38–15) Wichita State (38–18) Wichita State (42–19) Rice (43–23) Rice (43–23) Rice (43–23) 26.
27. Minnesota Minnesota (1–0) Florida (5–5) Oklahoma State (7–5) Loyola Marymount (11–5) Notre Dame (8–2) Stetson (21–4) Kentucky (21–5) Stetson (27–7) Florida Atlantic (30–8) Wichita State (25–10) Florida (21–17–1) UCLA (28–20) Nevada (31–17) Rutgers (35–15) UCF (41–17) Alabama (41–24) Alabama (41–24) Alabama (41–24) 27.
28. Arizona State Nevada (6–4) FIU (12–0) Louisiana–Lafayette (11–1) Notre Dame (4–2) Illinois (7–2) Kentucky (18–4) Pepperdine (18–10) Kentucky (24–6) Illinois (23–) Illinois (27–11) UCLA (25–18) Penn State (35–9) Fresno State (37–15) Fresno State (39–17) Stetson (46–14) Wichita State (44–21) Wichita State (44–21) Wichita State (44–21) 28.
29. South Alabama South Alabama (0–0) Louisiana–Monroe (10–1) Notre Dame (2–1) Wake Forest (10–3) Loyola Marymount (14–5) Nevada (18–8) Oral Roberts (17–6) Illinois (19–7) Florida (26–14–1) Tulane (26–14–1) Old Dominion (27–16–1) Minnesota (30–17) UCLA (30–22) New Orleans (35–21) Oklahoma (39–21) East Carolina (46–18) East Carolina (46–18) East Carolina (46–18) 29.
30. Oral Roberts Loyola Marymount (3–1) VCU (8–1) Tennessee (12–4) FIU (18–2) Oral Roberts (12–4) New Orleans (13–5) Nebraska (17–8) Florida Atlantic (27–8) San Jose State (25–11) Florida Atlantic (33–10) Minnesota (26–16) Texas Tech (30–20) Texas Tech (32–20) Florida Atlantic (41–15) Oral Roberts (48–13) UCF (43–19) UCF (43–19) UCF (43–19) 30.
Preseason
Dec 15[3]
Week 1
Feb 14[4]
Week 2
Feb 21[5]
Week 3
Feb 28[6]
Week 4
Mar 6[7]
Week 5
Mar 13[8]
Week 6
Mar 20[9]
Week 7
Mar 27[10]
Week 8
Apr 3[11]
Week 9
Apr 10[12]
Week 10
Apr 17[13]
Week 11
Apr 24[14]
Week 12
May 1[15]
Week 13
May 8[16]
Week 14
May 15[17]
Week 15
May 22[18]
Week 16
May 29[19]
Week 17
June 5[20]
Week 18
June 19[21]
Dropped:
  • 19 Arizona
  • 21 Texas A&M
  • 23 Oklahoma State
  • 26 Pepperdine
  • 30 Oral Roberts
Dropped:
  • 27 Minnesota
  • 28 Nevada
  • 29 South Alabama
  • 30 Loyola Marymount
Dropped:
  • 21 Rice
  • 22 Long Beach State
  • 26 Texas Tech
  • 27 Florida
  • 28 FIU
  • 29 Louisiana–Monroe
  • 30 VCU
Dropped:
  • 24 UCLA
  • 27 Oklahoma State
Dropped:
  • 29 Wake Forest
  • 30 FIU
Dropped:
  • 25 Florida Atlantic
  • 28 Illinois
  • 29 Loyola Marymount
  • 30 Oral Roberts
Dropped:
  • 20 Wichita State
  • 25 Wake Forest
  • 29 Nevada
  • 30 New Orleans
Dropped:
  • 14 Alabama
  • 28 Pepperdine
  • 29 Oral Roberts
  • 30 Nebraska
Dropped:
  • 19 Georgia
  • 23 UCF
  • 28 Kentucky
Dropped:
  • 9 Louisiana–Lafayette
  • 22 Creighton
  • 25 Stetson
  • 29 Florida
  • 30 San Jose State
Dropped:
  • 21 East Carolina
  • 27 Wichita State
  • 28 Illinois
  • 29 Tulane
  • 30 Florida Atlantic
Dropped:
  • 20 Oklahoma
  • 21 Long Beach State
  • 22 Georgia
  • 24 Fresno State
  • 26 Notre Dame
  • 29 Old Dominion
Dropped:
28 Penn State
Dropped:
  • 22 San Jose State
  • 23 Louisiana–Lafayette
  • 25 Minnesota
  • 30 Texas Tech
Dropped:
  • 28 Fresno State
  • 29 New Orleans
  • 30 Florida Atlantic
Dropped:
  • 25 Rutgers
  • 29 Oklahoma
  • 30 Oral Roberts
None None

The pre-season poll ranked the top 40 teams. Those not listed in the table above were: 31. Wake Forest; 32. Arkansas; 33. Nevada; 34. South Carolina; 35. Illinois; 36. Florida Atlantic; 37. Ohio State; 38. California; 39. Nebraska; 40. Ole Miss

References[edit]

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